This is a thought-provoking work worthy of your time.
, Pastoral Associate at St. Perpetua Catholic Church, Lafayette, CAThis is one man s journey beyond the crossroads where Matthew s birth narrative and the three Persian visitors meet. It is a journey that leads the reader into a lost story that seems strangely familiar.
---Rev. Dan Senter
, ELCA Pastor of Our Saviour s Lutheran Church, Lafayette, CA
About the Author
Douglas R. Krotz is a lifelong student of comparative religion, but not a clergyman from the Judaic, Christian or Zarathustrian religions. He graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Geology, and a minor in Physics. He spent much of his life as the president of a delivery service (a story in itself). One of his hobbies for over fifty years has been the study, comparison and analysis of various religions and their societal influences.